Difference between revisions of "Water Volume Added"

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Volume of water added to the kettle volume. This is usually done to make up for evaporation losses, adjust the final gravity of the wort (dilution), or to compensate for a small kettle size. Extract brewing often involves topping off a concentrated wort boil to increase the wort volume to the final volume added to the fermenter.
 
Volume of water added to the kettle volume. This is usually done to make up for evaporation losses, adjust the final gravity of the wort (dilution), or to compensate for a small kettle size. Extract brewing often involves topping off a concentrated wort boil to increase the wort volume to the final volume added to the fermenter.
  
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Latest revision as of 10:13, 31 March 2008

Definition

Volume of water added to the kettle volume. This is usually done to make up for evaporation losses, adjust the final gravity of the wort (dilution), or to compensate for a small kettle size. Extract brewing often involves topping off a concentrated wort boil to increase the wort volume to the final volume added to the fermenter.

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